Two princess posts in one day? Can we be excited?? I’m excited anyway. XD I would like to thank the lovely icebreaker694 for tagging me in a tag that I’ve been waiting (i.e. dying and FANGIRLING SO HARD FOR) to do for a while now but always a tiny bit afraid to tag myself (because the guilt of the file folder that I have stuffed with official tags I’ve had waiting to do might riot against me). Wow, that was a long sentence. Anyway, please go check out her blog. It’s full of amazing bookish content; manga content; anime content; and now gaming content – there’s nothing that this blogger can’t do and not make it interesting! Check it out here! 🙂
Now, let’s get to business…
…to defeat the HUNS! Or do the tag. Either or.
- Mention the creator (Kirsty and the Cat Read)
- Thank/mention the person who tagged you
- Match books or characters to the questions below
- tag as many people as you like🙂
Reflection “When will my reflection show who I am inside” – An inaccurate book cover that doesn’t really reflect what the book is about.
Despite how much I love the cover of Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali, it kind of tricked me a bit. It seemed like it would be a super light, fluffy book filled with swoons and cuteness and wonderful ships – however, this book was quite a bit dark dealing with important and heavy topics such as sexual assault. It just totally messed with me a bit; but this book was really fantastic, though, despite my initial confusion.
Mushu – A character with a lot to prove.
Intriguing prompt for Mushu. It is a good one, and not the super obvious one, but I do like it. Um, I think I’m going to go with my beloved Carswell Thorne (ironic, since that’s who I picked for my Mushu pick in my own tag XD), because I mean, the first time we meet the man he’s in prison for stealing and other bad things. He is determined to be a good guy and someone respectable for his friends, himself, and his love. With a pretty shady past, he has a lot to prove (and a lot of comedy along the way).
“I’ll make a man outta you!” – A character who develops the most OR a book with some kick-a** training scenes.
Oh, um, huh, this is a hard one. All of the books with fighting scenes seemed to have flew out of my head. But thanks to the wonders of Goodreads, I can remember that A Darker Shade of Magic definitely had some wonderful character growth and well, not training scenes quite but definitely some kick butt fighting scenes. Also, I find it hilarious I have a picture of it with my Mulan goodies. XD
“A Girl Worth Fighting for” – A ship you will defend till your last breath.
…*whispers* Cresswell. ARE WE EVEN GOING TO PRETEND TO BE SURPRISED?
Huns – A book/character that gives you the creeps.
I just finished up Black Bird of the Gallows by Meg Kassel, and the book definitely had a creepy atmosphere and a villain that definitely gave me the D: face. Beekeepers are creepy in general for me, and I hate bees, so this book definitely provided me with a few creepy factors.
Mulan – Your favorite bada** female protagonist.
Alosa, Alosa, Alosa! ❤ She’s fierce, funny, and true to her heart. I love her dearly, and she has easily become one of my favorite heroines ever. Everyone super needs to read Daughter of the Pirate King ASAP.
Well, I was trying to go through my head of bloggers who favorite princess was Mulan, and I know there was a few (but I SO FORGOT A LOT OF THEM OOPS). I grabbed a few who I know love Mulan, but if you love her dearly like I do, please feel free to tag yourself!